Tag : Levi's
'This keeps me young': 60 years of childrenswear independent RuthVideoSubscription
The founder of eponymous childrenswear independent Ruth, Ruth Wood, tells Drapers how she has tackled the technology evolution and survived six decades of high street headwinds and rising rents.
Levi's: the making of a $6bn brand Subscription
If ever the fashion industry needed proof of the power of storytelling to sell clothes, then Levi’s is it.
Levi Strauss seeks $6.2bn market valuation Subscription
Denim giant Levi Strauss is hoping to be valued at $6.2bn (£5.3bn) when it floats on the New York Stock Exchange.
Newquay's Roo's Beach launches menswearSubscription
Newquay-based womenswear independent Roo’s Beach has launched menswear for the first time.
River Island to launch third-party brands onlineSubscription
River Island is launching an online hub for menswear brands at the end of the month.
Levi’s Google jacket to go on saleSubscription
Levi’s has teamed up with Google to make a “smart” commuter trucker jacket, which is gearing up to hit the shelves within days.
Drapers Denim Report: The art of sculpting jeansSubscription
Denim brands are fighting back against the rising popularity of athleisure with contouring and sculpting jeans
“I dunno about this climate change but I do know it’s winter for nine months of the year in England so you’re gonna need a good coat son, ” quoth Gerry, my neighbour, an ancient mariner and a reliable source of wisdom in my life.